02-24-2011, 04:55 PM
| | Re: No incoming call, CSipSimple on Android 2.2
"divoch" <divoch@REMOVETHIShotmail.com> wrote in message
> "Theo Markettos" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> divoch <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> LG Optimus One, Android 2.2, successfully registered (to FAYN.CZ) using
>>> CSipSimple VOIP software for Android, while connected over home Wi-Fi
>>> Set to "Always available".
>> There are various things that affect this:
>> The wifi goes to sleep, or doesn't wake from sleep (Android settings)
>> The softphone doesn't stay registered
>> The softphone is set not to register on wifi/3G/2G/whatever.
>> (I can't remember the precise menu options)
>> When I had this problem with CSipSimple, it was because the wifi goes to
>> sleep when the phone is idle.
> I may have found something: When both softphones were active, call always
> came through to the X-lite on my desktop PC but not to the mobile. When I
> turned off X-lite softphone , which was registered to the same account, a
> call suddenly came through to the mobile. (This is different with Skype,
> where it rings on both desktop and PC).
> When I turned then X-lite On and then Off again, calls did not come to
> the mobile for some time. I looked also on the status of "channels" and
> "lines" in my VOIP account. There are colour indicators for the channel (I
> have only one) and the lines in that channel ( two lines, one geographic
> number and one not). When I run mouse over the green indicator it shows my
> IP address, but when it goes to Red it does not.
> When only X-lite is connected, geographic number line goes green, but the
> channel colour indicator [and the other line] stays red (or maybe channel
> is orange in this case). It took some time after I turned off X-lite
> before mobile accepted VOIP calls again. I do not think I did anything
> specific, it just took some time. I noted the state of the indicators in
> my VOIP provider's account when my mobile accepted calls again : Channel
> is Green (IP address shown) but both lines are Red.
> I read somewhere that this state means, that the device (mobile in this
> case) is registered to the "channel" rather than individual "line.
> So I am not sure if it will now continue to work reliably with X-lite
> turned Off or not. I have disabled voicemail associated with the account
> because I do not know how to access it through the CSipSimple.
It is not that simple. After rebooting PC, whatever I do, I cannot get the
mobile to respond to incoming calls . Wi-Fi is active and registered, the
latter is visible also in the VOIP account , where it is showing active
status and the IP
address of my PC. Outgoing calls ring the destination number, but incoming
do not get through. I suspect it is something to do with the router settings
than the phone settings but I cannot find any CSipSimple support information
that may shed some light on this.